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of the oklahoma statehouse, t.w. shannon. he is the first african-american to hold that position. i had the pleasure of meeting speaker shannon during my last trip to oklahoma. he has been on the road with me, helping raise money for the rnc as well. of the registered member chickasaw nation and has worked as the chief administrative officer of chickasaw nation aterprises. he is spokesperson for limited government and personal responsibility. he has advocated selling state property to raise taxpayer money. speaker shannon has been appointed the gulf house national advisory board, which supports up-and-coming republican leaders. that ilet you tell him will let him tell you about his truth so far, but i think we will all want one after this. why don't we go around the room starting to my left. tell us in five minutes, what brought you here, why are you republican, what do you hope to accomplish now? go ahead. click thank you for having me. i came from a great bastion of conservatism known as san francisco. [laughter] raised in the bay area. i grew up in a politically oriented household, i
of it. oklahoma governor mary fallon and jason hicks join to us discuss the case. plus, it's been 50 years since martin luther king inspired a generation with his dream for america. we ask our sunday panel about the gains of the past half century and where the civirights movement stands today. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. there are reports and shocking video out of syria this week that seem to show the assad regime is engaged in the largest use of chemical weapons since saddam hussein attacked his own people a quarter century ago. bob corker of tennessee is the top republican on the senator foreign relations committee and recently returned from the middle east. congressman elliott angle is the top democrat on the house foreign affairs committee. gentlemen, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you. >> the president's national security team met this weekend to discuss military options, including the possibility of a crews missile strike. we're told that u.s. navy ships are moving closer to the coast of syria. president obama sa
moore, oklahoma, friday was the first day of school. last night we introduced you to the leg family who lost their son at plaza towers elementary and they are sending their children to the only elementary school with a certified shelter. they expressed anger that all schools are not protected. >> frustrated and impatient that something has to be done and that somie inthing is taking wa too long. >> it took seven children dying in the school before they do anything about it. >> we asked nbc's gabe gutierrez to look into whether things will change any time soon. >> in moore, oklahoma, the first week of school normally a time of renewal. is this year a reminder? >> it feels like you are going to get through it. >> 9-year-old sydney was one of seven killed at plaza towers elementary when the e f5 twister roared through. sydney's school did not have a storm shelter and many here in tornado alley have been asking why. >> it's nothing short of embarrassment. >> alabama requires shelters, but only for new schools. in oklahoma alone there 1800 schools and fewer than 200 have shelters. >> are who
. >>> the murder of a white college student by three bored teens in oklahoma, ignites debates about crime. but the media don't seem to be interested. >>> al jazeera america makes its debut. will americans buy what they're selling? >>> and if dark clouds are bothering your white house, why not bring in something sunny? >>> on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thomas contributing editor of american daily magazine and fox news contributor richard grenel. fox news is on. . >>> we can and must be more transparent. so i directed the intelligence community to make public as much information about these programs as possible. all these steps are designed to ensure that the american people can trust that our efforts are in line with our interests and our values. and to others around the world, i want to make clear, once again, that america is not interested in spying on ordinary people. our focus is on finding information to protect our people and in many cases protect our allies. >> that was the president earlier this month trying to convinc
back to school means a different thing in oklahoma. we take you to moore, where two schools were destroyed right at the end of the school year. >>> and aand new mother delivered her baby in a hospital but not where you expect. >>> many stores don't allow pets but now a no kids. that's coming up. [ male announcer ] you know what's so awesome about the internet? it gets more and more entertaining every day. and once you've got verizon fios, that's when you get it -- how 100% fiber optics takes your entertainment to ridiculous levels. i was streaming videos, movies, music. once i realized how fast it was, that's when i got it. [ male announcer ] want to upgrade your entertainment? switch to a fios triple play online for just $89.99 a month guaranteed for two years plus your choice of a $300 amazon.com gift card or a $300 visa prepaid card with a 2-year agreement. fios brings 100% fiber optic power right to your door. that's why it delivers america's fastest, most reliable internet for blazing fast movie downloads and smooth streaming video playback. plus get unbeatable tv picture qu
for the person i wanted to in this last election because of the rules and oklahoma are so harsh. a big problem, i think it would be ed kennedy headed defund the federal government. most of the stuff we do at the local level seems to be doing okay. i have an idea that maybe if we started estate paying our federal taxes to the state and lead in the state defined, we might get something done that way. my question is. i have a lot of things, and i don't expect it listened all of them. my big question is, i don't think a lot of people understand since 1970 the fed has created our currency out of nothing but thin air. and the only reason we have been able to go on as long as we have is because it is the world's currency. and once people decide to quit taking american dollars, which looks like china and russia have already started that process, we are going to be in a world of hurt, and there is nothing the federal government will be able to do about it. what is your opinion of that, sir? >> that is a great point. since your point about running everything luckily, i actually agree that things do work pr
on top of all these stories. >> thank you. >>> up next, a thrill killing in oklahoma. >> i'm appalled at the behavior of these three children. >> shock and outrage on two continents after prosecutors say a group of teens murdered an australian college student because they were bored. we'll speak with the governor of oklahoma and the d.a. handling the case. vo: two years of grad school. 20 years with the company. thousands of presentations. and one hard earned partnership. it took a lot of work to get this far. so now i'm supposed to take a back seat when it comes to my investments? there's zero chance of that happening. avo: when you work with a schwab financial consultant, you'll get the guidance you need with the control you want. talk to us today. every day we're working to and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest ene
thank you so much, bob. three teenagers in oklahoma were charged today in the murder of a college athlete from australia, a seemingly random act. prosecutors say the defendants did it because they were bored. lisa monahan from kwtv in oklahoma city reports. >> christopher lane was gunned down while jogging on this road friday in duncan, oklahoma. according to the police they said they didn't have anything to do so they decided to kill somebody. police chief danny ford. >> they witnessed a man on the street and chose him as a target. >> police say they followed lane in a car and shot him in the back. a 16-year-old chancey alan luna is accused of pulling the suspect. the other cess peck is 17 year old michael duane jones and 15 year old james transedwards. prosecutors say edwards laughed during his arrest. his father is james edwards. >> after reading the charges why are you so confidence he's innocent. >> because he didn't pull the trigger, number one. he was just there. >> christopher lane was 22. he was studying at east central university in oklahoma. he was a catcher on the base
100,000 syrians have been killed in the country's two and a half year civil war. >>> oklahoma shooting, prosecutors saying three teenagers targeted, shot, and killed a 22 year old because they were bored. christopher lane was randomly shot while jogging. 15-year-old james edwards jr. and 16-year-old luna are charged with first-degree murder, michael jones is charged as an accessory. police say he was driving the car the teens were in. lane was visiting his girlfriend and her family in the town of duncan, oklahoma. the australian college baseball player was out for a run when he was shot once in the back. his father in australia says the murder was pointless. >>> firefighters still burning in 11 states. it's 12 days old and already burned 158 square miles, forced thousands of evacuations. the cost to put out the flames now tops $1 billion. near yosemite in california, crews are fighting four big fires. wind and lightning strikes added to the problem. >>> the city of detroit can't catch a break, firefighters trying to fight a business yard blaze. the fire destroyed everything in the yard
the latest from peter doocy. >> and we are hearing from the governor of oklahoma, mary fallin, who responlded this morning to calls from -- who responded this morning to calls from australians about a boycott to tourism to say a message -- send a message about american gun control laws. >> i don't think this issue is about gun control. it is an issue about murder. it is an issue about three young men who did something very terrible to a very innocent bystander that was jogging through his community. it is very unfortunate what has happened. i certainly understand that australia is very upset. people in oklahoma are very upset too. >> governor fallin says it would be a nice gesture for president obama to publicly address chris lane's murder the same way he addressed the nation about teenager trayvon martin's death. also this morning the district attorney in stevens county, oklahoma described the mood of one suspect, 15-year-old james edwards, when he was hauled into the police station for booking. edwards was apparently dancing and doing twirls and treating the whole situation as a joke. now t
the real hollywood. >> a tour bus on lockdown in oklahoma, with a huge rapper on board. and allegations of drugs! it's "tmz's" coverage of oklahoma. more like oklahomie, right? ok. >> on tour with lil' wane and passing through oklahoma city when a tour bus got pulled over. thought they had drugs on board and went to get a search warrant to search >> that's when the standoff began. drivers locked doors demanding they get a warrant. why? here's footage from inside the bus. kidding! the rapper on the bus was slack. also, we don't know if they eally had drugs. but the bigger question, who was on the bus? it's not weezie. he left on a plane. ditto for t.i., which only leaves -- >> 2 chains was on the bus. >> boom, 2 chains. you remember him from the birthday video and the running away from gunmen video. he's had a crazy year. anyway -- >> they ended up towing the bus to an impound lot to wait for a warrant. >> and when the cops finely got it, they entered the bus and said -- ok, we have no idea what they actually said. but we doe know they arrested 11 people for interfering with the police p
on lockdown in oklahoma, with a huge rapper on board. nd allegations of drugs! it's "tmz's" coverage of oklahoma. more like oklahomaie, right? ok. >> on tour with lil' wane and passing through oklahoma city pulled over.us got thaurt they had drugs on board and went to get a search warrant to search >> that's when the standoff began. drivers locked doors demanding they get a warrant. why? here's footage from inside the bus. kidding! the rapper on the bus was slack. also, we don't know if they really had drugs. but the bigger question, who was on the bus? it's not weezie. he left on a plane. ditto for t.i., which only leaves -- >> 2 chains was on the bus. >> boom, 2 chains. you remember him from the birthday video and the running away from gunmen video. he's had a crazy year. anyway -- >> they ended up towing the fwouse an impound lot to wait for a warrant. >> and when the cops finely got it, they entered the bus and said -- ok, we have no idea what they actually said. but we doe know they arrested 11 people for interfering with the police process, including james. we demopet if they f
for the victims of moore, oklahoma. he said he mowed 90 lawns in two months and raised $16,000 for the people in oklahoma. >> a lot of people say my mom is making me. i decided to mow for oklahoma. i worked in 104 degrees. that didn't stop me. i'm still going. two dozen people died and dozens more hurt when a tornado ripped through oklahoma. we remember the storm so well. it's stories like dillans we will remember in the weeks and months to come. >> we talk about now, we are nice and calm for the most part. quiet in to the afternoon, we have the potential for showers and thunderstorms to pop up in the forecast. the showers and thunderstorms popping up across the plains, dealing with flooding once again like they did last week. outside manchester, we have clouds out there, patchy fog as well. we will get sunshine in here before it's said and done. we are definitely going to deal with humidity as well. the temperatures this morning, coming in 73 degrees, sparrows points. 70 annapolis. good morning, eldersburg, 71 degrees. 69 easton. galena 67. temperatures above average. conditionable in to the
for kansas, northeast oklahoma, southwest and southeast missouri and extends into arkansas and even western portions of tennessee will be under these flood watches and in some cases flood warnings. now, during the day today, it looks like more rounds of thunderstorms will be possible across the midwest, specifically across kansas and oklahoma. it looks like missouri and arkansas could get in on this action as well. one thing it's doing, it's keeping the temperatures down. highs are mostly going to be in the 80s and lows in the 70s as far west as dodge city and even thunderstorms near denver with high temperatures around 79 degrees. i'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> overseas now, this morning the state department ordered all nonessential employees to evacuate the u.s. consulate in lahore, pakistan. the government took the action following a credible threat specific to the consulate, but the evacuation was not connected to the closing of 19 diplomatic outposts earlier this week. the state department also warned all u.s. sit extends not to travel to pakistan. >>> in battling terrorist gr
player and the three oklahoma teens charged in this horrific killing. >>> a cool-headed school assistant helps prevent what could have been a shooting massacre. >>> an incredible scene in michigan caught on tape and the driver is expected to recover. >>> plus, beau biden at one of the country's major cancer hospitals. >>> a harrowing tourist accident in new york city as dr. oz assists and a massive fire in the motor city. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. it was a harrowing day for students and parents in an atlanta suburb after a run-in with a gunman. students were evacuated from an elementary school in decatur after a man with an ak-47 walked in tuesday, ordered a employee to call a local tv station and opened fire. thankfully, no one was injured. kurt gregory has more. >> reporter: just after lunchtime, a terrifying scene. reports of gunfire at ronald mcnair discovery learning academy near atlanta. the children were escorted to the back of the school grounds for safety as dozens of law enforcement agents scoured the campus. >> i never thought something like that would happen in
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, the speaker of the oklahoma state house, t.w. shannon. he is the first african-american to hold that position. i had the privilege of meeting him in my last trip to oklahoma. he has been on the road with me, helping the rnc raise money as well. that is a big plus for t.w. he is a registered member of the chickasaw make -- nation. as speaker, he has been a voice for limited government, personal responsibility, has advocated saving taxpayer money, and that is a big plus for t.w. building oklahoma's infrastructure. speaker shannon has been appointed to the gopac national advisory board. i will let him tell you the truth about himself, but i think many of you will want one after this. i will ask a few questions, but first, let's go around the room, starting to my left -- in five minutes, tell us what brought you here, why you are republican, and what you hope to accomplish now. >> thank you for having me here today. i came from a great bastion of conservatism known as san francisco. born and raised in the bay area. grew up in a very politically- oriented household. not necessarily one that we had
.org >>> the family of an australian athlete murdered in oklahoma wait for his body to returning home as police report one of the teenager suspects thought the crime was, quote, one big joke. >>> 35 years, the sentence for bradley manning for the biggest breach of classified data in u.s. history. one of his biggest advocates will join me live with her reaction. >>> plus, president obama joins the fight for pit bulls. why the white house says laws that ban breeds considered dangerous are, quote, a waste of resources. >>> but first, the "news nation" is following two developing stories in syria and egypt. first, stern new reaction from the white house following reports that in the past 24 hours, the syrian government has killed more than 1,000 people using chemical weapons. now, the attack centered on ten towns it and villages near damascus. we want to warn you the video that's come in has been very disturbing. anti-government forces say more than 1200 people have been killed, many of those reportedly children. the video provided by the rebels and not verified by nbc news shows people struggling to brea
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on stories like the murders in oklahoma and spokane are revenge for the trayvon martin case. in sane, you bet. we will continue our reporting. >> what we saw in syria last week should shock the conscience of the world it defies any code of morality. what will the u.s.a. do to syria. we have to punish that company. karl rove will tell us what he thinks will happen. >> who is your favorite founding father? >> abraham lincoln. >> bill: watters world segment dumbest things ever said during this segment. there was plenty to choose from. >> do you know what the unemployment rate is right now? >> oh, 99%. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, oil birl. thanks for watching us tonight. the american dream and civil rights that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. auto years ago this week, dr. ming jr. delivered his brilliant i have a dream speech. >> i have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but the content of their character. i have
't reflective of our society. it's not reflective of duncan, oklahoma. it's not reflective of stephens county, oklahoma. and express to them that i'm going to do everything that i can, everything within my power to ensure that these three thugs pay for exactly what they did to their son. >> looking at your docket, i know you have some feel for your docket when cases get tried or not. i know you can't tell us with certainty but you have some sort of idea. when would be your wild guess this would get to trial, assuming it doesn't have some sort of plea agreement? >> i think with the best case scenario, i'm going to say it's probably going to be 12 months. it's probably more realistically going to be 18 to 24 months before this actually makes it onto a trial docket. >> some jurisdictions it takes forever to try a case once they get into trial. california is the reference point. i'm curious how long would you -- i know you don't know what the defenses are. i know this is still early. but typically a trial like this lasts about how long in trial in oklahoma? >> we anticipate this lasting anywhere
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bianco are in oklahoma where the little girl they adopted four years ago is living with her biological father. they say the fight has gone on too long. craig day reports. >> reporter: saying the whole custody fight is being dragged out unnecessarily, melanie and matt cap a bianco arrived in tulsa and requested immediately to seaver on ka. >> my heart broke when we were denied. >> reporter: they want the courts to recognize the custody should be returned from her biological father in oklahoma to them. >> people have wondered why after 19 months that we chose to come to oklahoma, and it's simple. it's time for this to be over. >> reporter: the south carolina couple was adopting the little girl when in 2011 the court ruled they had to turn over custody to dusten brown under the indian child welfare act. the supreme court ruled the act did not apply and sent the case back to south carolina. then a court in south carolina ruled in their favor. >> we want to see resolution for veronica. >> brown hasn't turned over veronica yet, but the cap powe biancos say they're determined to bring veronic
this. >> i've seen a lot of disasters in my lifetime like tornadoes down in oklahoma where i've come from but never any fires that threatened my home like this. >> unbelievable. >> i just hope like hell they're safe and i hope that they don't come down -- when i heard about the evacuation earlier it made me scared. >> making matters worse, a red flag warning signaling high winds in effect for the area. straight to tracy weaver she is with the saw tooth national forest and joins us now from twin falls, idaho. tracy, first off, what is the situation? set the scene if you would. >> the situation is much like we saw yesterday when we saw nearly 30,000 acres of growth in the fire, explosive fire and behavior. our weather conditions are the same as they were yesterday. very dry. very warm. windy. unstable atmosphere with dominated columns. it is frightening to see. it is backing down off the ridges and then raising back up the side. right along where it was very visible to people. >> we mentioned the red flag warning signaling high winds in the area. how is that factoring in for the firefi
the country from there in oklahoma, another big story involving gun violence is getting a lot of attention because of the shocking nature of the crime and the reason. police say a group of teenagers killed a young man in cold blood, a stranger who was just out for a jog. we get our report tonight from nbc's randy mcilwain. >> reporter: 22-year-old christopher lane was out for an afternoon jog on the streets of duncan, oklahoma, friday when a car pulled up beside him and someone opened fire. witnesses say lane was shot in the back and fell to his knees. he was pronounced dead at a hospital. >> this is not something that we see happen here, and i'm going to do everything that i can to ensure that we see these three thugs pay for what they did to christopher lane. >> reporter: the australian was in the u.s. to pursue his passion, baseball, attending east central university in ada, oklahoma, on a baseball scholarship. police arrested three teenage suspects who they say have no connection to drugs or gangs. duncan police chief danny ford says they had a more chilling motive. >> as was stated by
? >> gabe, thanks. >>> halfway across the country from there in oklahoma, another big story involving gun violence is getting a lot of attention because of the shocking nature of the crime in the reason. police say a group of teenagers killed a young man in cold blood, a stranger who was just out for a jog. we get our report tonight from nbc's randy mcelwane. >> reporter: 22-year-old christopher lane was out for an afternoon jog on the streets of duncan, oklahoma, friday when a car pulled up beside him and someone opened fire. witnesses say lane was shot in the back and fell to his knees. he was pronounced dead at a hospital. >> this is not something that we see happening here, and i'm going to do everything that i can to ensure that we see these three thugs pay for what they did to christopher lane. >> reporter: the australian was in the u.s. to pursue his passion, baseball, attending east central university in ada, oklahoma, on a baseball scholarship. police arrested three teenage suspects who they say have no connection to drugs or gangs. duncan police chief danny ford says they had a
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months ago the court ordered them to return her to her biological father in oklahoma. recently they were granted custody again, but her father did not appear. she is now with her grandparents in oklahoma. he was arrested and then released on bond. that happened today. randi kaye spoke with brown over the weekend. >> she's doing great, she's a wild kid, and very excited. full of energy. >> reporter: dustin brown talking with us for the first time about his daughter veronica, less than 72 hours before he was taken to jail for refusing to return her to her adopted parents. he practically foreshadowed today's arrest during our interview. >> are you willing to go to jail for veronica. >> i'm willing to go to jail for my daughter. this is my family, and i protect them. if it takes me going to jail for it, so be it. >> what about veronica, now 4, how is she hand elling the turmoil of being taken from her adopted parents nearly two years ago. >> do you think this is in her best interest? >> i think so. >> she doesn't quite understand it. she goes, i know that's me, who are they? >> i just tell h
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. oklahoma officials say three bored teenagers, two black, one white, came upon a lone white jogger last week and shot him in the back. chief political correspondent carl cameron has details on a devastating story with political overtones. >> reporter: christopher lane, a 22-year-old australian student on a baseball scholarship to eastern central university in oklahoma was gunned down out for a run in broad daylight last week. makeshift memorials mark the crime scene. officials say three teens admitted out of boredom they decided to randomly kill someone, and chose lane when he jogged by. >> i am going to do everything i can to ensure these three thugs pay for what they did to christopher lane. >> reporter: chancey luna and james edwards. and michael jones for driving the get away car. among grief and outrage, they caught up with the alleged shooter's mother. >> he needs to be punished, anybody that does that needs to be punished. >> reporter: in australia, a nation with strict gun control laws, some are urging boycott travel to the u.s. to what they call murder and mayhem on main street. >>
senseless killing, this takes it to a new level. an oklahoma town is shell shocked after the murder of australian college student chris lane. wait until you hear what the teenagers charged with the crime told police. we'll also speak to chris lane's girlfriend. >>> allegations of an atrocity, claims that the syrian regime unleashed chemical weapons with massive casualties. some reports say more than 1,000 casualties. we have details ahead. she loves a lot of the same things you do. it's what you love about her. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not
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in states which choose not to grade a exchange. my state of oklahoma is one of the state. the leaders in my states protect employers from the employer tax penalties and protect future generations of americans who will face increasing debt by not creating a state exchange do that with their option within the law. but now the irs and treasures were less invalidated my states decision harming the employers and workers in my state in adding to the federal deficit. because of the significance has conducted conducted over cipro for year focusing on the process and factors of the irs and treasury have considered. evidence we have gathered is consistent. the irs was given an enormous role in implementimplementing many obamacare provisions but the issue of whether tax credits would be available in federal exchanges doesn't appear was even considered are given substantial time or attention. prior to the proposed rule the irs only had a single week reason for supporting their interpretation of the destination that the secretary created federal exchange in the states that choose not to operate their ow
is trying to help victims of the tornado that hit moore, oklahoma. he is spending his summer mowing lawns in the texas heat to raise money. when the tornado hit, the city was david stated -- devastated. thousands of homes were damaged. dylan says he wants to help people recover. it is 104 degrees. that didn't stop me. 90 lawns and two months and raised $16,000. the money was donated from one oklahoma family with six kids. 104 degrees didn't stop him. >> hard work out there. >> we are not going to see anything like that. >> the record is 98 degrees. not even close to that. this summer, not so hot out there. it is pretty nice. temperatures are generally in the 60s and 70s. 76 degrees at reagan national airport. seven off for our. mostly cloudy skies. the clouds will break apart to the north of us to increase to the south of d.c. 83 with the high. in record was 90 degrees 2010. that was not even the super hot summer we had last year. the record low as 55 in 1919. the weatherbug network, a 10th of an inch of rain. it is 71 at lafayette elementary. fairfax station at 70 degrees after-86 degree
. if you're watching us tonight across a wide stretch of the country from oklahoma to west virginia, be prepared for another drenching and more flooding. the rain totals have been astounding. in some places, ten inches in a single night. destroying homes, businesses and turning some streets into raging rapids. and tonight, there have been more deaths. nbc's kerry sanders is in nashville for us again tonight. kerry, what's it look like there now? >> good evening, lester. with more rain looming, there's a race to get soaked carpet, drywall, furniture, just about anything inside houses out before mold begins to grow. this pile behind me is just from one house here in nashville. it's a scene repeated across 17 states. hit by wicked weather. >> we're in a car that's flooding! >> the torrential rain sweeping across the midwest claimed another victim this morning. a 60-year-old man in oklahoma city was swept away in a flash flood while trying to pull his wife and daughter to safety from their stalled car. police found his body a short time later, nearly six blocks away, bringing the death
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